Nuestras Noches

Latino Alliance

¡Nuestras Noches!

Latino Alliance 2022/23 Season

Join the CSO Latino Alliance for its ninth season, filled with networking events and the sounds of Latin jazz, a superstar opera tenor and additional classics showcasing world-class talent.

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Next event: Join us for Noche Navidena on Saturday, December 17!

LIMITED TICKET AVAILABILITY! More information on the event and how to purchase tickets below.

Tuesday, October 18: Chucho Valdés – A night of La Creación
Saturday, December 17: Merry, Merry Chicago! – Noche Navideña
Tuesday, January 31: Juan Diego Flórez – A night with Peruvian operatic tenor
Thursday, March 30: Boccherini, Vivaldi & Mozart 40 – Noche Alegre
Thursday, June 15: Muti, Pokorny & Schubert 9 – A night for a farewell

Purchase a Latino Alliance Season Subscription

With this package you can choose three or more Latino Alliance season concerts to secure the best seats now, plus get access to additional benefits. The Latino Alliance will be hosting networking receptions featuring special guests plus light food and beverages before or after the above concerts. Latino Alliance tickets are $40 for prime seating zones, and tickets include access to the Latino Alliance reception associated with the performance. Promo code not needed for the subscription.

About the Latino Alliance

The CSO Latino Alliance is a liaison and partner that connects the CSO with Chicago’s diverse community by creating awareness, sharing insights and building relationships for generations to come. The group encourages individuals and their families to discover and experience timeless music with other enthusiasts in concerts, receptions and educational events.

Latino Alliance members enjoy access to exclusive special events and ticket offers. See below for details on how to become a member, concert ticket offers, Latino Alliance events and more.

Chucho Valdés postconcert fiesta

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